The Falcons have agreed on a four-year, $68 million contract with defensive tackle and run stuffer Grady Jarrett.
Jarrett slid to the fifth round in the 2015 NFL Draft despite a terrific career at Clemson. The son of former Falcons legend and borderline Hall of Fame linebacker Jesse Tuggle, Jarrett has 179 tackles and 14 sacks in four seasons as a Falcon.
Despite a reputation as a pure nose tackle, Jarrett has accumulated 29 quarterback hits in the last two seasons, in which he has emerged as a prototype for a pass-rushing 1 tech tackle.
You need to be able to pressure the quarterback if you want to play defensive tackle for Quinn, and Jarrett has certainly proven that he can do that at an elite level.
While he may not be on the level of Fletcher Cox or Aaron Donald, Jarrett deserved to get paid and now he's secured the bag.